Games Gazette Logo

Please see below for this week's updates to Red Dead Online:

Please read on for the full details, including ongoing Rank Rewards, Twitch Prime Benefits and PlayStation Plus member benefits in the Newswire post below.

Moonshiners Role XP Bonuses and Discounts

Plus, Get an RDO$100 Reward, New Showdown Series and More

MOONSHINER BONUSES

Ambitious bootleggers, rejoice! From March 24 - 30 in Red Dead Online you’ll earn a 50% Role XP Boost on all Moonshiner Sell, Bootlegger and Story Missions.

For those yet to embark on the Moonshiner Specialist Role, you'll need to be at least Trader Rank 5 or have completed one Trader Sell Mission. From there, Cripps will get you set up with veteran bootlegger Maggie Fike at Emerald Ranch.

And this week only, you’ll be able to get 10 Gold Bars off the cost of all Moonshine Shack Properties, along with 40% off all Norfolk Roadster Horses and 40% off Band Expansions.

OUTFIT AND ROLE CHALLENGES BONUSES

Fashionable outlaws that fill all seven Outfit Slots will receive a Reward for a Free Off-Hand Holster Below Rank 70 of the player's choice, so now there's plenty of reason to switch your look up.

Complete any three Role challenges for any Role and receive a Reward of RDO$100.

SHOWDOWN SERIES: LAST STAND

From March 24 – 30, the Last Stand Showdown Series is a new Random Weapon variation for the free-for-all Last Stand. Each player will spawn next to a random weapon with the only goal to be the proverbial last one standing... by any means necessary.

Locations: Annesburg Mine, Armadillo, Cemetery

ONGOING RANK-BASED REWARDS: NOW THROUGH JUNE 1

PLAYSTATION PLUS
PlayStation Plus members will receive a Reward for 3 Free Ability Cards of their choice.

TWITCH PRIME
Red Dead Online players who connect their Twitch Prime account with the Rockstar Social Club will receive the Collector's Bag, a Polished Copper Moonshine Still Upgrade and a Reward for 5 Moonshiner Role Ranks -- all free of charge  (visit Twitch Prime to sign up).

Check Rockstar Support for details and limitations.

© Chris Baylis 2011-2015